L. G. Bell

First Name: L.
Middle Name(s): G.
Last Name: Bell

L. G. Bell Inquests

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Name Deceased Description Date Inquest Location County Death Type Death Method Inquest Finding
Albert Brunson at Edgefield CH Edgefield County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say. That Albert Brunson came to his death by wreck of Enjine no. 6 … caused by rail road spikes being placed on rails … by parties unknown

Ann Kimball September 4, 1895 at China grove church Edgefield County, SC Homicide blunt instrument

upon their oaths do say that she came to her death by injuries inflicted upon her by William Kimball

Arthur Morris June 20, 1898 at M. W Clarks Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their Oaths do say that Arthur Morris Came to his death by a pistol fired by and in the hand of Henry Jeff

Elijah Sullivan April 24, 1898 at Cow-buel[?] place Edgefield County, SC Accident tree

upon their oaths do say that he died from heart failure and the falling of tree across him by accident

Fed Martin convict September 1, 1895 at Poor House and CH Edgefield County, SC unknown

upon their oaths do say the said Fed Martin came to his death … working on county chain gang … from causes unknown

Griffin Mays November 20, 1897 at W. H. Pordew Edgefield County, SC unknown gun

upon their oaths, do Say: That Griffin Mays came to his death by a pistol Shot in the hand of John Mays

Hammond Frasier November 6, 1897 at Trenton S.C. Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do Say: That Hammond Frasier come to his death by a gun Shot wound and the Said wound was made by a pistol in the hand of James Hampton

Henry Burt June 21, 1895 at Henry Burts Edgefield County, SC Homicide knife

Upon their oaths do say that Henry Burt came to his death from a knife wound n the hands of Jim Chamberlain

Henry Ethredge June 2, 1899 at the plantation of P.B. Mayson Edgefield County, SC Accident suffocation

upon their oaths do Say: … that the aforesaid Henry Ethredge came to his death from foul air in the well

Hugh Wetherford June 25, 1895 at Edgefield CH Edgefield County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say that Hugh Weatherford came to his death by wreck of Engine no 6 … Caused by R R Spikes being placed on rails about two miles east of Edgefield by parties unknown

infant child infant child April 14, 1895 at Charley Moors Edgefield County, SC Infanticide strangulation

Upon their oaths do say that the child came to its death at the hands of Laura White and her daughter Anna by some means unknown

James Blocker May 6, 1897 Edgefield County, SC Accident train

upon theirs oaths aforesaid do say that the said James Blocker by the pilot on back of [??] him and Knocking him off the track no blame attached to the Rail Road

Jno. C Swearingin April 24, 1895 at Edgefield CH Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

the said Jno C Swearingin came to his death by a gun shot wound in the hands of B. L. Jones

John Webb March 26, 1899 at Edgefield Court House Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths do Say that the aforesaid John Webb came to his death by Gun Shot wounds inflicted by weapons in the hands of Robert Coile[?], Dan Coward Hill Howard, and R L Burnett as principals, Milledge Reece and A.J. Corley as accessories

John Williams August 21, 1898 at S H Nicholson Edgefield County, SC Homicide stick

on their Oaths do say, that the aforesaid John Williams came to his death by a blow with a stick in the hand of Ed Brooks

Lawrence Frazier child January 14, 1895 at D.B. Holingsworths Edgefield County, SC Accident fire

upon their oaths do say that Lawrence Frazier came to his by accident or misfortune

Lucy Roper June 29, 1899 on the pantation of S.W. Miller Edgefield County, SC Accident lightning

upon their oaths do Say: … that the aforesaid Lucy Roper came to her death by a Stroke of lightning

Mid[?] Griffin February 2, 1895 at the Govelace[?] Place Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes

upon their oaths do say that the Aforesaid Mid Griffin came to his death by Heart failure

Pompy Robinson November 1, 1898 at Norris Place Edgefield County, SC Natural Causes suffocation

upon their oaths, do say: that Pompy Robinson came to his death from throat trouble

Richard Mims August 1, 1899 at the plantation of Mrs. H. Carter Edgefield County, SC Accident gun

upon their oaths do Say: that Richard Mims came to his death by a pistol Shot in the hands of John McManus … accidental Shot of John McManus

Teague Tillman October 2, 1899 at the plantation of Thos. H. Ramsford Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their Oaths do Say: That Teague Tillman came to his death … by pistol in the hands of Will Perminter

Wallace Halloway June 25, 1895 at Edgefield Court house Edgefield County, SC Accident train

upon their oaths do say, that we the Jury agree that Wallace Halloway came to his death in consequences of injuries received in a wreck which occurred on the south Carolina Rail Road near the rock Quarry

Willie G. Harris March 25, 1897 at Edgefield CH Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

We the Jury find that Willie G Harris came to his death by a Gun shot wound in the hands of [?] Wm Thurmond

Willie Toney March 26, 1899 at Edgefield Court House Edgefield County, SC Homicide gun

upon their oaths, do Say: … that the aforesaid Willie Toney came to his death by gun shot wounds inflicted by weapons in the hand of Robert Coill[?], Dan Coward, Hill Hoawrd and R. L. Burnett as principals. Milledge Reese and A. J. Corley as accessories.

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